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Adults Swimming
Our learning process

Beginners groups are for all newcomers to swimming. It's ideal for anyone that cannot swim, is fearful, or challenged in the water. Depending on background and experiences in water, beginners start in the Water Introduction group or the Stroke Instruction group.

Stroke Improvers can float and swim but are afraid of deep water. These swimmers may get exhausted rapidly, due to poor technique. Stroke Improvers join an Intermediate group followed by an Advanced (A) group, both are in deep water.

Advanced Swimmers have no issues in deep water and want to work on improving their swimming skills and stamina. They join the Advanced (B and C groups) or go for the sport classes.


Ideal for complete newcomers to swimming

In shallow water pools, we learn the basic skills for proper body position, floating, and breathing techniques.

Water Introduction

This earliest phase is about making newcomers at ease in the water. Beginners learn to float on their front and back, then turn from their front to their back and go underwater with their eyes opened.

As soon as this is all achieved, swimmers learn basic crawl legs, or kicking legs. When swimmers manage this on the front and back and add the sweeping arms too, it starts to look like a full stroke; back crawl. This is the green light for moving up to the next phase.

Stroke Introduction

Swimmers work towards proficiency in the four swimming strokes: elementary backstroke, breaststroke, front crawl (freestyle), and back crawl.

As part of stroke introduction, swimmers focus on two different leg techniques: 'froggy' legs for backstroke and breaststroke, and 'kicking' legs for front and back crawl.

Stroke Improvers

Water shy in deep water

Not comfortable yet in deep water and getting exhausted rapidly.


Adults who can swim but need to become at ease first in the deep water, start here. The swimmers will be guided with care to gain computability in the water on the wall side and extra coaches are present for the needed support.

Swimmers continue working on the four basic swim strokes for one lane only since stamina building comes later. Jumping in and climbing out the pool are key skills to move on. These exercises are part of water safety, our number one core value. As soon as this is all achieved, swimmers get a green light for moving up to the next phase, advanced A.

Advanced (A)

After gaining confidence in deep water, swimmers continue their journey with training to build their skill and stamina in the four basic strokes.

We start with 100 meters front and backstroke and 12 meters front and back crawl. Students also practice underwater swimming for 3 meters, which is another essential water safety skill.

Advanced Swimmers

swim 200meters without a break

While being comfortable in deep water, swim several lanes without getting exhausted.

Advanced (B/C)

The skills required for each swimming diploma are acquired in a logical and progressive way, building on what has already been mastered.

Distance swimming for all four basic strokes is getting easier now, alternated with new life-saving skills like how to react in a capsized boat.

Sport swimming

In our most advanced-level lessons, swimmers continue improving technique in all four strokes plus butterfly stroke. Swimmers get stronger and more fit well all strokes become most efficient, smoothest, and fastest.

Whatever your objectives are, our Sport swimming lessons will suit you. These lessons provide personalized lessons to ensure the best results for each and every swimmer according to their needs and goals.